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This park sits on the summit of Mt. Washington, the highest mountain peak in the Northeast. It is situated in the White Mountains, in the northern portion of the state where the area is known for its wild weather. It previously held the record for highest wind speed ever, recorded at over 200 mph! The nearest town of substance is Conway, found about 30 miles to the south, while the state's capital, Concord, NH, is located more than 100 miles to the south.

Due to its high altitude, winter conditions can be expected at any time of the year at this site. While the surrounding area is largely forested, the mountain's summit sits above tree-line, so be prepared for windy conditions. This and its altitude allow it to provide 360-degree views of the surrounding countryside. On clear days, several New England states, as well as Quebec, Canada, and the Atlantic Ocean, can be spotted from the summit.

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Renting an RV near this park will allow you to experience a variety of unusual attractions. The Mount Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center and the Sherman Adams Summit Building are open at the summit of the mountain during the busier months. The Weather Center includes a National Weather Service site that is continuously manned. Some tours are available. The Summit Building was once used as a summit hotel and has since been converted into a visitor's center.

Several hiking trails of varying difficulties are found on the mountain. Many of these connect with others throughout the nearby White Mountain National Forest as well. Easier, nature trails and boardwalks are available on the summit. As the mountain sits at over 6000 feet in elevation, visitors should be prepared to notice the effects of the thinner oxygen.

For those who are less daring, a Cog Railway also takes visitors to the summit of the mountain. The railway operates year-round, weather permitting. Reservations are strongly recommended as it is one of the more popular ways to reach the top of the mountain. For the daring drivers out there, there is also a toll road that can be driven to the mountain's peak.

Camping at Mount Washington State Park

There are no campsites at this specific park, but there are plenty of other campgrounds nearby that make camping with an RV easy in the local area. A stay at any of these locales will provide you with easy access to enjoy all the nearby attractions.

The Glen Ellis Family Campground, found near the small town of Bartlett, is located around 20 miles from the park. The campground sits on the banks of a nearby river, so it makes some riverfront sites available. It can also accommodate varying sizes of RV's. Bathrooms, shower, and laundry facilities are also offered on-site, as is a camp store. Pool access is available during the summer months as well.

The Saco River Camping Area is situated around 30 miles to the south, in the town of North Conway. This campground offers a variety of campsites, as well as a playground and laundry facilities. Equipment rental is available here as well, including bikes, canoes, and kayaks. This area is very scenic, so many people enjoy RV camping near Mount Washington State Park. Therefore, it shouldn't be difficult to locate the amenities you may be seeking.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Carroll County, you will find attractions that everyone in the family can enjoy. The Conway Scenic Railroad can be picked up in North Conway, from the town's historic train depot. Several different rides are offered, all which provide guests with picturesque views of the mountains and forests this area is known for. Some themed rides, such as sunset, dinner or those during the Christmas season, are offered as well. State park RV camping gives you the chance to enjoy all the sites available throughout a given region.

The Kancamagus Highway, otherwise known as Route 112, treks from Conway to near Lincoln, NH. It provides scenic views of the local, White Mountains, along its length. Numerous viewpoints encourage visitors to take pictures and provide fine places to enjoy a picnic lunch. Hiking trails and additional recreational sites are found throughout the route as well.

If you've been looking for a place to enjoy a quiet vacation in the mountains of northern New England, where recreational activities abound, consider camping near Mount Washington State Park. Go for a hike, take a ride on an old railway, or visit a place that has some of the most extreme weather on earth. Camp in an RV near Conway and enjoy exploring northern New Hampshire.

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